Targetting of 18-24 year old clubbers through sponsorship of the Ministry of Sound search for a new resident DJ competition.
A DJ mix competition to discover fresh, new talent suitable for Saturday Sessions. The winner will become 'The Ministry of Sound Exposed DJ of 2009' winning a year long residency at the club, which will be launched on NY Day with a 1hr set in the Bar at David Guetta's night, as well as the lucky winner being added to the Ministry of Sound UK and International Tours DJ roster. The competition will launch on the 1st September with the winner announced in the first week of December.
Positive brand association with one of the most trusted and successful global entertainment brands in the business.
Also the creation of brand awareness and brand recognition within a credible and influential marketplace.
Opportunity to launch new products to the youth market
This is a sponsorship opportunity that will not only associate your brand with the most prestigious dance venue on the planet, but will offer it representation from world renowned DJs including Pete Tong, Mark Knight and the new Ministry of Sound resident. As well as this your brand will be integrated into two extensive marketing campaigns that will span across digital and direct marketing, TV and Radio, Press and PR to promote one of the most exciting DJ competitions in clubland.
Although not in this specific capacity, the venue has been sponsored by a number of brands including Red Bull, Corona, Stella, Ministry of Sound Vodka and many more
Exposure opportunities could include branding on the following:
Magazine adverts: DJ (30,000) Mixmag (35,000) Notion (35,000) Timeout (87,000)
Online e-flyering: Up to 1 million e-flyer adverts distributed weekly amongst 9 online marketing websites.
Flyer Distribution: 70,000 flyers distributed every month across London, South and South-East regions
On Site: Average weekly attendance is 6/7000 each week.